President William Samoei Ruto on Sunday toured Homa Bay county for the first time since he was elected as the new President of the Republic of Kenya. The head of State attended a church service in Homa Bay Town and later interacted with residents.
While addressing them, the head of State vowed to work with elected leaders from the Nyanza region and bring development to all residents of Homa Bay. He insisted that his administration will not discriminate against any region in Kenya.
His statements might come to pass hours after leaving Homa Bay county if Denis Itumbi's latest revelations are something to go by. According to itumbi who is one of President William Ruto's close allies, the Head of State is set to chair a cabinet meeting on Monday to endorse BT Cotton seeds.
According to Itumbi, Homa Bay county will be a major beneficiary of BT Cotton seeds which is a high-yielding seed therefore they will reap big during the farming periods.
During a church service, President Ruto also promised to complete all the road construction programs that had stalled during President Uhuru's administration. He also promised to complete water projects in Homa Bay county to ensure there is an adequate water supply to residents.
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